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Adult height

Discussion in 'General Dog Discussions' started by rip, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. rip

    rip Puppy

    hey just wondering when pit pups generally stop growing in height. My pup is 7.5 months and 22inches tall. just trying to get an idea if he will get taller or is he done growing?
     
  2. TWadeJ

    TWadeJ Big Dog Premium Member

    Mine grew up until about 12 months. He is now filling out.
     
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  3. Derek1

    Derek1 Big Dog

    Not sure but that is a big boy that is definitely gonna fill out more.
     
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  4. rip

    rip Puppy

    thanks for the info. It's so refreshing getting genuine answers from ppl who know more about pits than myself ( unlike on other forums where ppl can be somewhat argumentative). Yup he's definitely getting big he's 75lbs. seems like he didn't grow much at first but the last 3 months or so he's been stradily putting on 3lbs a week.
     
  5. TWadeJ

    TWadeJ Big Dog Premium Member

    What does he weigh. Mine is about 13 months old, 25" and 100 pounds. Gentle as A teddy bear.
     
  6. rip

    rip Puppy

    Damn, u got a big boy. Mine is 75lbs. I'd be happy if he turned out like yours.
     
  7. rip

    rip Puppy

    do u remember what he weighed at 8 months?
     
  8. Kit

    Kit Good Dog

    My dog, Frankie (MAYBE a Pit mix???) was 22" tall at 8 months. She ended up just under 25" and weighs 68lbs.
     
  9. rip

    rip Puppy

    awesome so I can probably expect him to grow a few more inches in the next 5 months then huh.
     

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